fame[ feym ]SEE DEFINITION OF fame
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAME
"I am satisfied with the pursuit of wisdom, not with the fame of it," replied the sage.
The fame of the Nile valley must have spread at an early date.
He has made a speech, and dedicated it to German fame for ever.
Your squires are doubtless worthy the fame of their masters.
But to have been Caesar's mistress was Cleopatra's chief title to fame.
He had at hand a surer ladder to fame than the mummer's art.
It is not fair to me, because I haf hungered for fame as you for beauty.
Some had evidently come from afar, for the fame of the revivalist was widespread.
But to be t'e first is fame and all t'e ot'er t'ings I promise you.
As for fame, it is but little matter whether we acquire it or not.
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